Twitter seems to be the talk of the town at the moment… well the chat on the Blogosphere at least! We can now refer to the Twitterverse. The Hull Daily Mail correspondent Voice of Reason, however, complains of “a bizarre new world in which no one really communicates […]
The Holderness Heartbeat is a monthly advertising magazine created by a Hedon based entrepreneur. Copies are distributed to households throughout Holderness (except for Withernsea where distribution is not viable). The magazine has been going for over 10 years and survives through generating advertising income but provides residents with […]
Whatever your views are on the proposed parking charges, this article from the Hull Mail will be of interest (click link below): Councillor’s justification for parking charges The Mail has nailed its colours to the mast and launched a campaign against the charges!
The entry for Hedon on Wikipedia is quite sparse – especially when compared with entries for our large neighbour Kingston Upon Hull and former home town Blackpool. However, I believe that Hedon’s enthusiasts haven’t yet discovered Wikipedia. The article is still to be improved to reflect more about […]
The Geograph British Isles project aims to represent every square mile of the country through photographs. This – of course – includes Hedon. The project is described briefly below (from Home Page). What is Geographing? · It’s a game – how many grid squares will you contribute? · […]
Disaster! This Hedon blogging project nearly ended before it had started! My trusty, Vista, all-singing, all-dancing laptop computer stopped singing and dancing! While conducting a standard Windows Update the machine froze then crashed and refused to re-boot – the Startup Repair facility refused to start, the System Restore […]
Our relocation to Hedon took place on Saturday 24th January 2009 following redundancy on the west coast (Blackpool). So here we are in the idyllic town of Hedon in East Yorkshire. Having been born in Hull and lived in the area all our lives prior to 2000, we […]